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Gigi Hadid admitted to not fact-checking a now-deleted Instagram post about the Israel-Palestine conflict, acknowledging the spread of false information.

She expressed regret for using the wrong example and emphasized her responsibility to share accurate information.

“It is important to me to share the real stories about the hardships that Palestinians have endured and continue to endure, but this weekend I shared something that I did not fact check or deeply think about prior to posting,” she said. (Trending: Chilling Surveillance Program Under Biden Exposed)

“I wanted to show the ways in which international law is being undermined by the Israeli government,” she added.

“In this case, I was trying to highlight how Palestinian children who are arrested by the [Israel Defense Forces] are often not given the same rights as an Israel child accused of the same crime would.”

“I regret that,” she said.

“I understand that with the power of my platform comes a huge responsibility. I’m human and I make mistakes.”

“But I hold myself accountable for those mistakes.”

“I do not stand behind the spreading of misinformation, and have always condemned using the Free Palestine movement as justification for anti-Semitism.”

Hadid turned off the comments section on her post, preventing further discussion.

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